Toledo Copacabana Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsToledo Copacabana Hotel Rio de Janeiro
Location is excellent as is the breakfast for being included in the price. Place is clean but if you aren't into dated furniture and amenities you may want to look elsewhere
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